Can we just go back? Like to the waiting-for-me-to-arrive-from-work-and-eat-subway-sandwiches kind of time? The love maybe was not that ardent, nor deep yet but it was one of the great times. I became totally nostalgic when his brother tapped me one night and said good-bye for work, before, when it’s time for his brother to go,… Continue reading Smitten Monday
A lot can happen in a snap, what more in a week, a month, or even a year. For the last couple of months since the year started, waves of changes occurred in my life, in our lives probably. There were the good ones, and bad. But I must say, I don’t regret any of… Continue reading On Being A Mother
There have been a lot of horrendous circumstances occurred these past few days. There were tears, heartache, worries, and melancholy, because of an almost “break-up” It felt like we’re gonna lose it, and I was on the verge of accepting what’s happening, but stuck with the “This can’t be happening” and “I can’t let it… Continue reading You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me.
Here I am again, dealing with a new blank page, Oh! And by the way, Happy New Year! I must say I just had the best New Year’s Eve of my life and 2016, I realized has been really colorful and challenging for me, as there were lots of turning points, especially for the last… Continue reading Lost and Found
And I’m back! Been pretty busy these past few weeks, and I feel terribly for not being able to write… Pretty much preoccupied as well. That’s one reason why I decided to give in and write something. Not just write something, but pour my heart out. For the couple of days, I’ve been stressing about… Continue reading Perfectly Human
The moment I finished “The Peach Keeper” by Sarah Addison Allen, I got famished for more of her books. Craved for the lush story with hints of magic and love, that will truly get you hooked, and fall under the spell. I always believed that books will always find you; it will undoubtedly find its… Continue reading The Sugar Queen (Review)
The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen was like what my mamma makes, a beautiful, succulent, and tremendously sweet pie, utterly made to perfection that just invites you to slice into it and devour a piece. Sarah took me to the town Walls of Waters, where the prominent and once the town’s grandest home Blue… Continue reading The Peach Keeper (Review)